Franklin & Marshall women’s swim team heads into the final session of the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships with two in the medal hunt. Katherine Hirsch will compete in the 100-yard Freestyle and Kellen McDonald is in the 200-yard Butterfly.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s swim team delivered a strong performance over the weekend to take fourth at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships. The Diplomats finished with 399 points. Ursinus took the team title with 929, Swarthmore followed with 603 and Gettysburg finished in third with 532.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s swimming team will have four swimmers competing for medals tonight. Kellen McDonald leads the hunt for the 400-yard IM, Katherine Hirsch looks to medal for the 200-yard Freestyle, Leah Williamson competes in the 100-yard Butterfly and Anna Hess swims in the 100-yard Backstroke.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s swim team delivered a solid team performance on the third day of the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships to keep its fourth place spot. The Diplomats currently have 285 points while Ursinus leads with 632 going into the last day of competition.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s swim team will send to individual racers into the finals this evening. Julia Pavlov is in the medal hunt for the 50-yard Freestyle, finishing sixth this morning, while Grace Pereles’s ninth-place finish in the 500-yard Freestyle keeps the junior in the running.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s swim team delivered a solid performance to maintain its fourth-place standing after day two of the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships. The Diplomats sit with 165 points while Ursinus leads with 327.
Franklin & Marshall's women's swimming team begins its bid for a fourth Centennial Conference (CC) Title this Thursday when the CC Championships begin at 7:00 p.m. at F&M's Kunkel Aquatic Center. The Diplomats will host all seven sessions, one on Thursday and then two per day on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday as the Conference gathers to crown team and individual champions. F&M looks to earn its first team crown since 2010 after finishing fifth last year.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s swim team took third place out of six teams at the Gettysburg Invite on Saturday evening with top finishes from Katherine Hirsch, Michelle Wall, and the 800-yard Freestyle Relay team. The Diplomats tallied 635 points over the two days while Mary Washington took home the top spot with 967.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s swimming team finished third after the first day of competition at the Gettysburg Invite on Friday evening. F&M tallied 241 points with top finished from Grace Pereles, Anna Hess, and Katherine Hirsch. Mary Washington led the six schools with 401 points.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s swimming team finished fifth at the annual F&M Invite with 667.5 total points on Sunday evening. Delaware remained in first, finishing with 1887 points to lead the 13 other teams.
Women's swimming begins its 2017-18 season on Saturday, traveling to York for a tri-meet with the host Spartans and Messiah College at 1:00 p.m. The Diplomats look to return to the top three of the conference after finishing fifth at last season’s Centennial Conference (CC) Championships.
Franklin & Marshall College’s Becca Meyers won her second career ESPY’s honor last night at the 25th annual awards ceremony, hosted by NFL great Peyton Manning and televised by ESPN from Los Angeles, topping a field of five nominees for Best Female Athlete with a Disability honor. The Diplomats' All-American swimmer also won the accolade, which is determined by fan voting, in 2015.
Franklin & Marshall College’s Becca Meyers was once again named a nominee for the 2017 ESPYs Best Female Athlete with a Disability Award. The Diplomats’ All-American swimmer previously won the accolade in 2015.
Seven Franklin and Marshall women’s swimmers booked places in the finals on the third and final day of action at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships on Sunday morning. The Diplomats look to continue their ascent up the team rankings after moving up from sixth to fifth over the course of Saturday.
Caroline Fry’s silver medal in the 1650-yard freestyle highlighted the final night of swimming for Franklin & Marshall at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships on Sunday night. The Diplomats finished the meet in fifth place with 405 points, while Ursinus took the team title for the fourth consecutive year with 815 points.
Five Franklin and Marshall women’s swimmers will compete in A finals tonight and 10 Diplomats will compete overall at the Saturday finals of the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships. Finals in seven events offer F&M opportunity to move up from sixth place in the team standings heading into Sunday.